Woman describes laughing in abortion clinic

One woman who had an abortion says:

“Phil went with me to the abortion clinic. I saw all those other women there, and I was so curious. I couldn’t help wondering why they were there and how they felt about it. People were so wonderful to us. One of the nurses really wanted to hear about Jesse [her living daughter]. I didn’t think I’d laugh that day, but when we talked about my [other] baby [who she allowed to live] we ended up laughing together. I was a little weepy during the abortion, wishing it could’ve been different, but you can’t turn back the clock…

Sure, I’ve felt sad since. It was a sad decision to have to make. But it also felt right… We really look forward to our next baby, and will do that together, too!”

Carole Dornblaser and Uta Landy, PhD The Abortion Guide: A Handbook for Women and Men (Rockville Center, New York: Playboy Paperbacks 1982) 53

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Abortionist: Not aborting violates Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath states “I will not give a woman a pessary to cause abortion.” however, one abortionist says:

“I get absolutely no joy whatsoever doing any abortion, but we have a duty to an individual. The Catholic physician is aborting the Hippocratic Oath more than I am in not giving a woman the choice.”

Jonathan B Imber Abortion and the Private Practice of Medicine (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986) 45

Unborn baby at 11 weeks

Unborn baby at 11 weeks

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Father of down syndrome child speaks

Chris Kaposy, who is pro-choice but has written a book on why parents shouldn’t choose to abort babies after finding out they have down syndrome, talks about his own son, Aaron:

“At seven, Aaron is a happy little kid who enjoys playing ball hockey, watching YouTube videos, playing with his train set, and learning how to read. Aaron is especially devoted to his older sister, Elizabeth, and his younger brother, Ty. He looks forward to visits from his grandparents, and he misses them when they are not around. I put him to bed at night and get him ready for school in the morning. When I leave the house with him or walk him into school, Aaron dutifully holds my hand. At midday, Aaron eats lunch with his friends at school. To our surprise, he has learned his letters and the alphabet about as quickly as Elizabeth did, though he takes longer to learn other things, such as how to drink milk from an open cup without spilling it all over himself. In all these respects, Aaron is very much like most other children who do not have a disability. He is good at some things and not so good at others. Our lives are better with him here with us. Our feelings toward Aaron are very similar to feelings that parents and siblings have to any child who does not have a disability. I know this because I feel the same way about Elizabeth and Ty.”

Chris Kaposy Choosing down Syndrome: Ethics and New Prenatal Testing Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2018) X – Xi

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Textbook on abortion counseling talks about women’s conflicts

In a textbook intended to train abortion clinic counselors, the author identifies sources of women’s conflict over having abortions.

Conflict with an abortion decision

Emotional conflict

¡  I’m never going to forgive myself.

¡  I’m going to miss the baby after it’s gone.

Spiritual conflict

¡  Will God forgive me? Is abortion a sin?

¡  I’m worried about what God is thinking about me.

Moral conflict

¡  I think abortion is murder but I still have to have one.

The book identifies the following as something a woman might say:

 ”Patient: [crying] I feel like I’m killing my baby.”

ALISSA PERRUCCI, PHD “Decision assessment and counseling in abortion care” MPH WOMEN’S OPTIONS CENTER SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL FIAPAC OCTOBER 3, 2014

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Pro-choicer: Newborn isn’t human until “socialization”

Pro-Choice activist Ashley Montague:

“the embryo, fetus and newborn of the human species do not…become functionally human until humanized in the human socialization process.”

Pro-Choice authors Carole Dornblaser and Uta Landy:

“Essentially, he is saying that newborns are primitive creatures who do not become human until they have acquired at least a veneer of civilization.”

Carole Dornblaser and Uta Landy, PhD The Abortion Guide: A Handbook for Women and Men (Rockville Center, New York: Playboy Paperbacks 1982) 27

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Pro-Choice activist: You can think fetus is a person and still be pro-choice

Pro-choice activist:

“I think it is entirely possible to believe that the fetus is a person – to absolutely accept that humanity of a fetus and still support abortion.”

Quoted by Kristin Luker, Interview 102, Archived at the Murray Research Center, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, P7

Eileen L McDonagh Breaking Abortion Deadlock: from Choice to Consent (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996) 186

Is it possible to admit that this baby is a person and still support aborting her?

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Scientist who discovered DNA: women should abort gay babies

James Watson was a scientist who helped discover the structure of DNA. Author Michael Sandel states:

“Watson had stirred controversy by saying that, if a gene for homosexuality were discovered, a pregnant woman who did not want a homosexual child should be free to abort a fetus that carried it… His remark provoked an uproar.”

Michael Sandel The Case against Perfection (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Belknap Press, 2007) 71

The pro-choice author of the book Choosing down Syndrome comments:

“Watson might point out that people with pro-choice convictions cannot object on the basis that gay people are harmed by such choices since selective abortion would not (obviously or directly) affect gay people already born. Nonetheless, bias against gay people persists, and we can infer that decisions to abort fetuses “diagnosed” as homosexual would be motivated, in many cases, by homophobia.”

Chris Kaposy Choosing down Syndrome: Ethics and New Prenatal Testing Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2018) 30

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Worldwide, 90% of down syndrome pregnancies are aborted

Termination rates of around 90% after prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome are documented in a systemic review of International studies.

C Mansfield et al “Termination Rates after Prenatal Diagnosis of Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Anencephaly, and Turner and Klinefelter Syndromes: A Systematic Literature Review” Prenatal Diagnosis, 19 (1999) 808 – 813

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Mother admits pushing teenage daughter into abortion

Sally, who is the mother of a 15 year old girl having an abortion, said the following to an interviewer in an abortion clinic:

“I think [her daughter] Debi’s decision was kind of swayed that way, to have an abortion. I’m pro-choice, and I think we all swayed her, but I believe it’s for her own good. It was made out like it was her decision, but I know we pushed. She feels okay now, but she hasn’t expressed too much about it.”

Carole Dornblaser and Uta Landy, PhD The Abortion Guide: A Handbook for Women and Men (Rockville Center, New York: Playboy Paperbacks 1982) 93 – 94

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Abortion counseling manual instructs clinic worker to call abortion “loving”

In a book intended to teach abortion clinic workers how to counsel women, it gives the following as a sample conversation between a woman considering abortion and her counselor at the clinic:

Counselor: …having an abortion does not mean that you have bad feelings toward the baby. Deciding when it is the right time to bring a baby into the world is a caring, loving decision.

Patient: [crying] Thank you for saying that

Counselor: I hear in what you’re saying a lot of care and compassion toward this baby, your kids, and yourself. That says something about you as a person.”

ALISSA PERRUCCI, PHD “Decision assessment and counseling in abortion care” MPH WOMEN’S OPTIONS CENTER SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL FIAPAC OCTOBER 3, 2014

Here is a picture of an aborted child. Did this baby’s mother do this to him out of love?

week 10

week 10

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